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Old 07-29-2011, 02:54 AM   #21
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thats an interesting idea... i didnt even think of suppressing mine.... how much did that cost you and how difficult was it to make the pistol recieve a suppressor?
mine is the new factory threaded version. they make a railed and a fixed sight version.

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http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f66/sparrow-22-suppressor-ruger-22-45-a-43182/

pistol 350$ sparrow 450$ tax stamp 200$

bottom of page 4ish winds put up a vid of me shooting the silenced ruger mk3 you can hear how quiet it is in between the other 22lr firearms.

http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f66/two-ftfers-go-shooting-together-45733/
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there you go making things difficult again.... unless browning offers their buck mark with threads im probably going with a threaded mk II. that would be a fun pistol to use for rabbit hunting. thx for all the great info. and great pics and video

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I got the ruger mark ll and I love it just watch what you shoot cuz mine only takes high velocity. But very durable and great to train on. I trained a few friends on that gun at the range and they fell in love with it. Happy plinking!

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You can not and will not beat the ATI Canebrake showed you. I have one as many others on this board and its a hell of a gun for the money.
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yea im leaning towards the ruger mk series or a browning buck mark... gonna go to the local range soon and see if they have either one.

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ive thought about that but then i came to the conclusion i might as well get a conversion kit for my 1911 when i do get it so i can swap back and forth as needeed.
I would never shoot dirty 22lr in my 45ACP framed 1911s.
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You can not and will not beat the ATI Canebrake showed you. I have one as many others on this board and its a hell of a gun for the money.
i cant agree with that. i have a gsg 1911-22 from ati. there are some issues with it that can be a little annoying. mainly the sights are really cheap plastic and if your not careful in adjusting them as mine didnt come zeroed i had to do it myself its easy to strip the cheap plastic threads.

i like my gsg a lot its a very decent firearm, but unless you specifically need one for training or just want one cuz its waaay cool (which it is) i would go ruger or buckmark they are much sturdier. the gsg does come threaded. the gsg warranty is the prolly the thing i have the most problem with:

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The German Sport Pistol would be a fine choice. I shot one yesterday. I own a Buckmark. It too would be a fine 22Lr to have.

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i might as well get a conversion kit for my 1911 when i do get it so i can swap back and forth as needeed.
ive tried every 1911 conversion other than the marvel kit and none of them work well. the only conversion ive come across that works is the cmmg ar15 22lr conversion and the sig p220/226 22lr conversion.
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Can someone tell me why I can't buy a 1911-.22 in the state of South Carolina????? WTF!!!!

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